10 June 2015

Aamlicious, Mango Fest at Khandani Rajdhani!!!

I still remember those childhood days when visiting a restaurant was a happy moment. It was either on any of our birthdays or appa-amma's wedding anniversary which took us to restaurants. As times passed, things changed, it was a weekend event, when visiting a restaurant was a matter of relaxing days for moms to take off from kitchen. But recently with restaurants coming up with mid week offers, having restaurant food is no big deal, but part of a routine. 
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I was introduced to Rajdhani Restaurant in Dubai, when it was newly opened few years back. Their restaurant in Bur Dubai was just close to my office and that was where most of our friends gathered for birthday treats. Khandani Rajdhani is a vegetarian thali restaurant which serves authentic Rajasthani and Gujarati dishes. Though most of the dishes are regular ones which are offered by others as well, my personal favorites of Khandani Ranjdhani are Dal Baati Churma and Malpua, which I miss in other restaurants, to add on is their sweet khadi. The one which I miss here in Mumbai, from their Dubai restaurant is smoked chaas, the pinch of smoky flavour to the cooling chaas, chaas can be had as many glasses by me.
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With the mango season on, Khandani Rajdhani has come up with Mango festival, Aamlicious(Aam delicious, Aam meaning mango). The menu has the mango dishes on rotation, when customers get to taste different dishes on each visit. I am not that fond of mangoes, but visited them few days back for hubby and kiddo, who just love mangoes and can savour mangoes in any form. Though I expected most of the dishes to be of mangoes, it was Aam ki Launji, Aamras, Mango Lassi and Aam Panna in the menu for the day. Off which Aamras was limited to one bowl and mango lassi and aam panna were add-ons which were not included in the thali.
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Mango festival is on till 15th of June, at all Khandani Rajdhani Restaurants. Their midweek offers include 50% off on Tuesdays, 50% off for Ladies on Wednesdays. They have other meal boxes and offers on them on particular days.
Costing: Rs. 900 for two(Unlimited thali)

26 comments:

  1. I have been to their Mango festival some years back and since I am a Mango lover, found the feast to be delicious :) They spoil their guests like anything.. :P

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    1. Haha true Roohi.. its a feast if you love Mangoes..

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  2. Yes, I have tested this.. Awesome it is though you need to have a good appetite to have all what they serve.. :p

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    1. Haha, true that is. I try what ever they serve, if not finish them all...

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  3. Good to know about the Mango festival.. I attended the real one in Lalbagh,..

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    1. I should have accepted your offer to have them, the other day.. :)

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  4. I love mangoes, especially with a good hot Lamb Madras which I cook myself and then have a jar of Mrs Geeta's spicy mango chutney... totally amazing!
    Best wishes,
    Di,
    ABCW team.

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    1. Mrs, Geeta's spicy mango chutney sounds tempting, I would like to try that..

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  5. Mango tea is my very favorite drink!! I order it anywhere is is served.
    Ann

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    1. Mango tea is new to me, am sure it would taste yum, would love to try it sometime :)

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  6. I would be in mango heaven there and as a vegetarian it is always such a relief to be in a restaurant that your can eat everything on the menu.

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    1. Oh so true, I always look for veg restaurants where ever I travel..

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  7. I love mangoes and that setup sure looks mouthwatering. Hope you fully enjoyed the dinner.

    My ABC WEDNESDAY

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    1. Oh it was. You should try it out sometime, am sure you would love it :)

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  8. I love mangoes. My daughter in Australia has a huge mangotree in her garden. One year she had so many mangoes that she put a lot of them in the freezer, and they were delicious all through the year.
    Wil, ABCW Team

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    1. Mango all through the year, tht has to be heaven for them. We have few mango trees in our garden as well.

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  9. Mangoes are a treat for me, so I'm happy to eat them as is. It's hard to find delicious mangoes in the store around here.
    The View from the Top of the Ladder

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    1. We get quite free and tasty mangoes here, tht makes any of its dishes even more delicious.

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  10. Sounds like such a treat. All I need from mangoes is that there should be lots of them.

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    1. It was Tulika.. Thank you for dropping by..

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